CADS produce Good Morning
3 Mar 2007
Sharon Colpman, who wrote and directed the show, with her bouquet, next to CADS Chairman Cliff Tucker
Sharon Colpman, who wrote and directed the show, with her bouquet, next to CADS Chairman Cliff Tucker
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The Clatford Amateur Dramatic Society - CADS - gave two performances of Good Morning, a spoof of the Richard & Judy Show.

"CADS specialises in sending up popular institutions - be it the Oscar Ceremony or a James Bond film. Their target this time was morning television's sofa chat show, and Sharon Colpman's script turned out to be very topical. I enjoyed the interview with Respect MP John Gallacot - and there were many nice touches throughout the show, with the "studio audience" being made up before taking their seats."

"Tops marks to Cliff Tucker and his team for another sparkling performance. This was a complex production because of the interaction of the video clips and the ads with the live performance; with the help of an operations room that looked like traffic control at Heathrow, they managed this without any visible effort. Chris Upchurch's scenery was, as usual, of the highest quality. And Richard and Judy would have envied the performance of those poking fun at them - without malice."
 
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